Nazi Broadcaster Defends Poland Invasion

A news reporter reads the resignation of Austrian Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg, who had struggled to prevent a Nazi takeover of his homeland. Schuschnigg's resignation came two days before Adolf Hitler's troops marched unopposed into Austria on March

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German soldiers forcibly remove the gate at the Polish border checkpoint at Zoppot-Gdingen Street in The Free City of Danzig during the first hours of the German Invasion of Poland (codenamed: Fall.

Poland Invasion

Somebody needs to make a movie about Clare Hollingworth, the journalist who broke the story of WWII and who later saved 3000 lives

This is most likely the first photo of a KIA in World War II. This German soldier was killed on the first day of the German invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939, precisely at Hill 179, near Chojnice.

this is most likely the first photo KIA in World War II! this poor German soldier was killed on the first day of the German invasion of Poland, September precisely at Hill 179 near Chojnice

49 years ago on the night of 2021 August 1968 Soviet Union Bulgaria Poland and Hungary invaded Czechoslovakia. That night at least 250000 troops and 2000 tanks entered the country. During the invasion 108 innocent civilians lost their lives. The occupation lasted for 21 years. [1280x873]

49 years ago on the night of 2021 August 1968 Soviet Union Bulgaria Poland and Hungary invaded Czechoslovakia. That night at least 250000 troops and 2000 tanks entered the country. During the invasion 108 innocent civilians lost their lives. The occupation lasted for 21 years. [1280x873]

Łachwa (or Lakhva) Ghetto was a World War II ghetto created on 1 April 1942 by Nazi Germany in the town of Łachwa, in occupied Poland (now Lakhva, Belarus), with the aim of persecution, terror and exploitation of the local Jews. The ghetto existed only until September. It was the location of one of the first, and possibly the first, Jewish ghetto uprising after the Nazi–Soviet Invasion of Poland.

Łachwa (or Lakhva) Ghetto was a World War II ghetto created on 1 April 1942 by Nazi Germany in the town of Łachwa, in occupied Poland (now Lakhva, Belarus), with the aim of persecution, terror and exploitation of the local Jews. The ghetto existed only until September. It was the location of one of the first, and possibly the first, Jewish ghetto uprising after the Nazi–Soviet Invasion of Poland.

Ethnic Germans welcome German troops during the invasion of Poland, Sept 1939. The existence of large numbers of ethnic Germans in eastern Europe was one of Hitler's main excuses for launching the war.

Ethnic Germans (Volksdeutsche) greet Wehrmacht soldiers in Tczew, Poland during the German invasion. Tczew was the location of the start of the war in Europe when German bombers attacked Polish sapper.

August 30, 2013  Pope Francis reaffirms the traditional Catholic doctrine on Church -State relations In a startling move - startling for its forcefulness - Pope Francis has reaffirmed the traditional doctrine of the Church on the ideal relationship between Church and State. Very significantly, the Holy Father writes of cooperation between the Church and civil authority. The key here is cooperate. As such, for example, the Canadian State is to cooperate with the Church for the "integral good…

Pope Francis reaffirms the traditional Catholic doctrine on Church -State relations

Invasion of Poland 1939

Invasion of Poland 1939

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